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  • Rebecca Van Sickle Fetzek

    Good Info on Growing Your Own Sweet Potatoes. To cure potatoes: starting on harvest day, keep sweet potatoes at 85 to 90 degrees for 5 days. The sweet potato will grow a second skin, which is an incredibly effective seal. After curing, you can leave a sweet potato on the counter for several months without noticeable moisture loss. also see

  • Garden The Easy Way

    how to grow sweet potatoes Gardening Tips & Lots Of Pictures also lots of Good Fresh Garden Recipes.

  • Kelly Schwisow-Nease

    Grow sweet potatoes. grow in summer.

  • Julie Solomon Howard

    Grow your own sweet potatoes | Outlaw Garden | This gardener grows sweet potatoes in containers -- perfect for Oregon, where I believe this morning glory relative is an invasive species.

  • Michelle Rover

    Planting sweet potatoes

  • Vanessa Lawson

    Grow Your Own Sweet Potatoes...OMG! My father would have been all over this! He loved growing potatoes! lol RIP Leslie M. Blake...aka "Daddy"

  • Sharon Thompson

    Grow Your Own Sweet Potatoes... Container garden idea!

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Grow your own sweet potatoes. Cut and soak sweet potatoes. After a few weeks of soaking, your sweet potato halves should be covered with sprouts. Some of the sprouts will already have roots. Plant them along horseradish to boost their disease resistance and later you can enjoy a crop of sweet potatoes!.

Grow your own sweet potatoes :: Outlaw Garden. Not to mention the flowers on this plant are gorgeous and morning glory-esque! Good front yard veggie (ok tuber).

how to prepare a sweet potato for planting!

Grow your own sweet potatoes. If I had known it was this easy I would have started them sooner!

20-gallon Bucket-Grown Sweet Potatoes -- What kind to grow, how to grow more sweet potatoes from an already grown sweet potato, when to plant and harvest, how to store your crop

Cut potato in half. Place cut side down into a container with enough water so that about an inch or two of the potato is submerged. After 4-6 weeks, you should have a nice growth of little baby sweet potato plants: slips. Some will already have roots & are ready for planting. Remove the sprouts by snapping them off at the point where they emerge from the sweet potato tuber. Pinch off the rootless ones, place in water & in a few days they will root also.

how to grow sweet potatoes! cool link with lots of info.

The journey of planting a potato. link has info on how to garden and what to plant with lots of pictures. Garden with your kids - they will love it!

Growing Potatoes Karen Jacot Latham this is how we should do the potatoes!

{No Small Potatoes} This looks pretty cool. Plus did you know the sweet potato is a member of the morning glory family; just like that flower? You can train the vines to grow wherever you want. Cool.